BlackBerry Inc.’s new Passport phone will support an application that allows doctors to access their patients’ genetic data. The company said in a press release Monday that the NantOmics Cancer Genome Browser “enables deep, interactive reporting on genomics data for physicians and other treatment providers in clinical settings — for example, giving oncologists a powerful view into the individual genetic alternations that make each patient’s disease unique and highlighting relevant treatment options.” It added that it is the first of a series of offerings for heath-care professionals being developed by Blackberry and NantWorks subsidiary NantHealth LLC, a health-care IT company. The app will be available early next year. BlackBerry said in April it had invested an undisclosed amount in NantHealth. The Wire Report reported the same month that some Canadian telecom companies have also been investing in health care.